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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Papworth St. Agnes Economic history

    southern end Sprousden furlong, recorded before 1250. 29 On the west there were extensive pasture closes around the village. The Mill closes south of the church covered 30 a. by 1615 , 45 a. by 1758 . 30 In 1579

    Townships Bulk

    survey of the manor in 1510 shows that the Lune was washing away some of the land, and that the mill, formerly leased to John Gardiner , was not kept in due repair. There were two woods; that at the

    Parishes Stanstead Abbots

    occupying the site of the mill mentioned in the Domesday Survey, is situated in Roydon Road . The present mill is a flour-mill, which succeed ed an old timber-mill burnt down some years ago. The Mill Race is carried from

    Parishes Hambleden

    present day, on part of the site of the old manorhouse, utilizing a portion of its fabric. 4 Near the mill is Hambleden Lock , newly erected in 1376 , when the London bargemen lodged a complaint against the tolls

    West Bromwich Other estates Hill House : ground-floor plan Oak Ho use : ground-floor plan

    in Chancery for over a century, but the house, like the mill, was occupied by Joseph Gutteridge between at least 1732 and 1760. James Gutteridge was killed at the mill in 1817 , and Daniel Gutteridge , a farmer and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    In the matter of proeedings for Liquidation by arrangement or composition with Creditors in- stituted by Hugh Price, of "The Mill,' Ilan- santifraid, Glyndyfrdwy, in the County of Merioneth, Miller, and Corn Merchant. The Creditors of the above-named Hugh Price Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr hen dref - A llenyddiaeth, oblegid hi ydyw "St. Oggs," sydd i yn chwareu rhan mor bwysig yn "The Mill on I Floss," gan George Eliot. Ond yn fwy na'r 1 pethau hyn,dyma'r man yr ymgynullodd yTadau - Pererinot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inane-meeting tie ye as correct, but never penetrating to the heart. This Mr. S'o- TnARD directly does in 66, The Mill; 71, The.Gar- den-Gathering RIoteys; 92, The Supper. by the FRan- tain, &c. where are painted the cheerfulness, the health, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yvo. IV. M R S. GO R E 'S P O L I S H TALE S. SECOND EDITION. "The Mill of Merriment is the very best Tale ever penned by this accomplished writer."-The Town. V. THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    known are 'Doina Charitea;' Blu Beard, a P'arodv the ' Siege of Viesnla,' and the 'Parin; ' together with 'The Mill,' and a 'Monody on the Death of the Duke of' Wellington.' llavinsg inherited the mnagnificent pictures collected bv Isis Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Tuthil Fields, from which it passeth by Duck Lane , and falleth into Wood street , and thence to the Mill Bank ; and on the South Side it receiveth these Places, viz. Horn Court, Tomkin's Yard, Moor's Yard, and


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